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1980.258
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 John Faed (Scottish, 1820 - 1902)
Expulsion of Adam and Eve
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 91.3cm x 70.7cm
Date: 1880s
1980.258 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Sotheby's, London, 11 January 1967 (lot 6), The Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, $84 to the Fine Art Society, ltd. R. J. Rickett, London. London, his sale, Sotheby's, Belgravia, 11 November 1975 (lot 87, repr.), The Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, £180. Shepherd Gallery, New York. Bought in February 1976 by Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Given to the CMA on 19 December 1980.
       
1979.137
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 Henri Fantin-Latour (French, 1836 - 1904)
Roses in a Vase
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Framed: 66cm x 64cm x 11cm, Unframed: 45.4cm x 43.3cm
Date: 1878
1979.137 | For Winifred Brown Kendrick, Gift of George S. Kendrick
 Provenance
George S. Kendrick, Cleveland. Given to the CMA in 1979.
       
1956.338
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 Lyonel Feininger (American, 1871 - 1956)
Cathedral (Cammin)
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Unframed: 48.3cm x 71cm
Date: 1942
1956.338 | Gift of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr.
 Provenance
(Buchholz Gallery, New York, 1951)
       
1980.72
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 Jean-Jacques Feuchère (French, 1807 - 1852)
Venus and Cupid
Medium: terracotta
Measurements: Overall: 19.7cm x 21.7cm x 13.1cm
Date: c. 1840-1850
1980.72 | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kashey and Martin L. H. Reymert in memory of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
[Shepherd Gallery, Associates, New York]
       
1979.41
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 Jean-Jacques Feuchère (French, 1807 - 1852)
Amazon Taming a Horse
Medium: bronze
Measurements: Overall: 31cm x 31.1cm x 15.1cm
Date: c. 1840-1843
1979.41 | The Thomas L. Fawick Memorial Collection
 Provenance
[Shepherd Gallery, New York]
       
1962.246
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 Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer or his circle (German, 1696 - 1770)
St. Joachim
Medium: gilded wood
Measurements: Overall: 128.9cm
Date: c. 1760
1962.246 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
reported to have come from an Italian private collection

Edward R. Lubin, Inc. (New York, New York), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1962.
       
1989.154
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 Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer (German, 1696 - 1770)
Head of an Angel
Medium: painted and gilded wood
Measurements: Overall: 48.1cm x 64.3cm x 23.6cm
Date: c. 1750
1989.154 | Bequest of Mrs. Severance A. Millikin
 Provenance
Kurt Rossacher (Salzburg, Austria), sold to Severance and Greta Millikin, 1960, upon his death, retained by Greta Millikin.

Greta Millikin, upon her death, held in trust by the estate.

Estate of Greta Millikin, by bequest to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1989.
       
1980.259
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 Camille Flers (French, 1802 - 1868)
Cottage by the River with Washerwomen
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 29.8cm x 46.1cm
Date: 1835
1980.259 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Galerie Claude Marumo, Paris. Bought by Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland, in 1977. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1980.
       
1977.117
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 Govaert Flinck (Dutch, 1615 - 1660)
Portrait of a Woman
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Unframed: 71.5cm x 59.5cm
Date: 1646
1977.117 | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Private collection (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), sold, P. Merthorst, Amersfoort, and others, March 14, 1882, lot 27.

Dirksen (?).

Raedt van Oldenbarnevelt (sold, Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, November 6-9, 1900, lot 35).

Chevalier de Stuers (sold, Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, December 11, 1923, lot 473).

Hoschek (Prague, Czech Republic).

Farrar (sold, Sotheby’s, London, July 8, 1925, lot 42).

Rothstien

Kenyon-Slaney (sold, Sotheby’s, London, December 10, 1925, lot 44).

by 1926 Gebr. Douwes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Victor de Stuers (Utrecht, The Netherlands)

C. J.K. van Aalst (Hoevelaken, The Netherlands), upon his death, by inheritance to his heirs.

Heirs of C. J. K. van Aalst

Cramer (The Hague, The Netherlands).

Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin (Shaker Heights, Ohio), by gift to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1977.
       
1943.657
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 Jean-Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732 - 1806)
Invocation to Love
Foreign title: L'Invocation á l'amour
Alternate title: The Vow to Love
Medium: brush and brown wash over graphite, over squaring in graphite
Measurements: Sheet: 33.5cm x 41.6cm, Secondary Support: 37.6cm x 47.8cm
Date: c. 1781
1943.657 | Grace Rainey Rogers Fund
 Provenance
The mountmaker François Renaud (Lugt 1042; dry mark, on mount, lower right). Possibly M. Sireul; [his sale, 3 December 1781, no. 241: "une jeune fille invoquant l'Amour, au pied de sa Statue; le fond présente une intention de Paysage"]. Possibly François-Martial Marcille; [his sale, 4-7 March 1857, under no. 416: "prière à l'amour et scène de famille 2 dessins lavés au bistre"]. Pierre Désiré Eugène Franc Lamy (according to letter from Félix Wildenstein, cma files); [acquired from the Lamy collection about 1922 by Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York (ibid.)]; Grace Rainey Rogers, New York (purchased from Wildenstein in 1922 according to ibid.); [her sale, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 18-20 November 1943, no. 46].

The provenance of this work has been confused in the literature because of a similar sheet in the Art Museum, Princeton University. Two eighteenth-century sale catalogues could refer to either work: that of M de Sireul (Lugt 3329) and an anonymous catalogue for 24 March 1783 (experts: Le Brun and Boileaux), under no. 39 (according to O'Neill 1981). The Princeton drawing, which measures 35.4 x 46.3 cm, has been connected to the Sireul sheet (recorded as measuring 35.1 x 45.9 cm) as their dimensions correspond fairly closely, but whether the two are the same is difficult to know with absolute certainty. The drawing in the Marcille sale could also have been either sheet. The Princeton drawing is traceable directly back to the Walferdin sale (Ross 1983). Most of the literature on the Cleveland sheet lists the French painter Pierre-Désiré-Eugène Franc Lamy (Lugt 949b) as a previous owner and either states or implies that his mark is present on the sheet's mount (see Grace Rainey Rogers sale, Parke Bernet Galleries, New York, 18-20 November 1943, no. 46; Rotterdam et al. 1958-60; Los Angeles 1961; Ananoff 1961-70; Toronto et al. 1972-73; Providence 1975; Washington et al. 1978-79; Tokyo/Kyoto 1980; Los Angeles et al. 1993-94). His mark is not present, howeve
       
1942.49
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 Jean-Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732 - 1806)
A boy in a Red- lined Cloak
Former title: Portrait of a Boy
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Framed: 34cm x 25cm x 4cm, Unframed: 20.8cm x 16cm
Date: 1780s
1942.49 | Gift of Grace Rainey Rogers in memory of her father, William J. Rainey
 Provenance
Hippolyte Walferdin (1795-1880), (sale: Paris, Hotel Drouot, April 12-14, 1880, no. 4); Comte Cahen d'Anvers, 1889; Nicolas Ambatielos; [Wildenstein & Co., New York]; Grace Rainey Rogers. Gift of Grace Rainey Rogers in memory of her father, William J. Rainey, 1942.
       
1980.260
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 Christophe Fratin (French, 1800 - 1864)
Standing Lion
Medium: bronze
Measurements: Overall: 31cm x 56.8cm x 17.8cm
Date: c. 1837
1980.260 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland
       
1992.277
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 Otto Freundlich (German, 1878 - 1943)
Composition
Medium: pastel
Measurements: Overall: 74.6cm x 53.8cm
Date: 1924
1992.277 | Bequest of Lockwood Thompson
 Provenance
(Galerie Jeanne Bucher, Paris), sold to donor, 1938
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